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Barely a week af­ter Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma at­tempted to woo for­eign in­vestors at Davos, min­is­ter of small busi­ness Lindiwe Zulu said that for­eign busi­ness own­ers should share their busi­ness prac­tices with lo­cals if they wanted to live and trade here with­out fear of dis­tur­bance or vi­o­lence. Speak­ing af­ter xeno­pho­bic at­tacks and loot­ing of for­eign-owned spaza shops, mainly in Soweto, Zulu said “for­eign­ers need to un­der­stand that they are here as a cour­tesy”, prompt­ing a com­plaint against her by the DA at the South African Hu­man Rights Com­mis­sion.

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